The Molla Nakip Mosque is a mosque in Pazarkapi district of Trabzon, Turkey.
It was built in the 10th or 11th century, during Byzantine times as a church, and received its present name and function after the Ottoman conquest of the city in 1461. The north entrance was built by the Ottomans. In 1975 a large restoration took place and the ceiling was covered with concrete. The building has three naves and their apses are made of ancient stone blocks.
Categories: Byzantine sacred architecture | Empire of Trebizond | Mosques in Trabzon | Mosques converted from churches by the Ottoman Empire | Byzantine Empire stubs | European mosque stubs | Asian mosque stubs | Turkish religious building and structure stubs
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